Museum of Copying — FAT
An exploration of the act of copying in architecture by FAT, at the Arsenale (pictured above, in a photo by Gaia Cambiaggi).
Beyond Entropy — Angola Pavilion
Stefano Rabolli Pansera and Paula Nascimento curate the country's first participation in the Biennale, in an installation at the Isola di San Giorgio.
Kethra — Kuwait Pavilion
At the Arsenale, the country's first participation in the Biennale, curated by Zahra Ali Baba.
Public Works. Architecture by civil servants — OMA
OMA's installation fills a room at the Giardini's Central Pavilion.
Unmediated democracy demands unmediated space — Croatia Pavilion
At the Arsenale, Croacia's presence includes the work of Pulska grupa, in an installation curated by Tomislav Pavelic.
Noura Al Sayeh curates the country's second participation in the Biennale, with an installation at the Arsenale.
Wunderkammer — Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects
At the Arsenale, a fascinating installation by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects.
Re-set — Dutch Pavilion
Curated by Ole Bouman, Rietveld's pavilion at the Giardini features a project by Inside Outside Petra Blaisse.
Thomas Demand with Martin Boyce, Thomas Scheibitz, and the CCA
An installation featuring unmissable photos of Russian avant-garde art school VKhUTEMAS from the CCA archive, in the Giardini's central pavilion.
Architecture magazines. Playgrounds and battlegrounds — Steve Parnell
An installation by Steve Parnell at the Giardini's central pavilion fills a room with magazines.